We took Whit on his first international trip.
7 months old and already strolling the banks of the Danube in Budapest and seeing the beaches of Mallorca, Spain.
We made mistakes, and learned a lot on this two and a half week trip across the Atlantic!
Listen to hear a tip that could save you hundreds of dollars if you fly on points, and to hear some of the things that worked really well for Whit on the road!
What are your favorite baby travel items and tips? Tweet us @ExtraPackofPeanuts!
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In This Episode
- 4:40 A tip that might save you hundreds of dollars
- 12:40 Is lounge access worth it?
- 17:51 Jetlag & babies
- 21:00 Do You take strangers up on babysitting offers?
- 26:00 Get a good stroller
- 30:00 Eating out with Whit
- 38:00 It’s just gonna take longer
- 43:00 Go!
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Hi, we are having our first baby and are curious about your suggestions for baby gear. I’m a frequent listener and feel like you talked about some of the things you’ve purchased, but cannot remember what episode.
@Jeff Hester- Congrats! We are putting out our updated gift guide in a week that will have all our best recs for the infant travel.
Awesome podcast. Where are your show notes kept. Can’t find them anywhere
@Jerry – All the show notes for each show can be found here: http://www.extrapackofpeanuts.com/shows. Glad you love the show!
I would highly recommend you think about using a baby carrier. It’s much smaller than a stroller and much easier to get up and down stairs, etc. Look into carriers like a Tula, Beco, Gustine, etc.
@Andrea – We started using the Doona and we love it. A car seat and a stroller in one – it’s amazing. Have you ever seen it?